Insurance for a 1:1 device is completely optional, please review the below information to make your decision.​

The optional 1:1 device insurance is through a third party vendor, the school district does not collect any funds or profit from the transaction at all.  Upon acquiring the insurance through our partnered vendor the school district would be authorized to perform insurance claims on the 1:1 device using the student’s policy to repair and/or replace the device.


1:1 Device insurance is currently only available to students in Grades 8, 9, 10, 11 during the 2020-2021 School Year. (Graduation years 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025).

Grade 7 insurance will be available when their permanent Chromebooks arrive.


1:1 Device Insurance Covers


In accordance with the 1:1 agreement all damage must be reported as soon as possible to the technology department (usually within 24 hours) of the occurrence to be valid for a insurance claim.   All repairs, insurance claims and/or replacement parts must be acquired by and installed by the Technology Department  Do not purchase any parts, attempt self-repair or use any other repair service on these school-owned devices, doing so will void your insurance, warranty and you may be responsible for the full cost of a replacement device.

Insurance Cost

1:1 Device Insurance Costs

* The insurance cost is dependant upon the device, it may fluctuate a minor amount year to year or between grade levels, the above figures are an approximation.

Device repair cost without insurance

Estimated costs of damage without insurance*

If any damage of the 1:1 device is incurred, you are responsible to reimburse the school district for the cost of the damage.  Please see the list of common damages and what they would cost without insurance.

*The prices listed are for example purposes only, the actual price for a repair or replacement varies between device models, years and availability of parts.  You will receive an invoice for a repair/replacement with the actual cost.

  • Cracked screen $50-$120 (varies by model)
  • Cracked frame $75
  • Broken or lost case $30
  • Lost or damaged charger (replacement) $30
  • Damaged Battery (replacement) $50
  • Internal damage (board and/or other components) $150
  • Full device replacement $250-350 (varies by model)

Enroll in 1:1 Device Insurance

What do I Need?

You need basic student information such as your name, parent/guardian’s name, grade level and identifying information of your student id # and device asset #.

Student ID #

Your student ID # can be found in several places:

  • Physical student ID
  • Aspen Student Portal:
    • Log in to the Aspen portal ( and navigate to [My Info] at the top. Look for the value of “Local ID” on the [My Details] side-tab page
  • Aspen Parent Portal:
    • Log in to the Aspen portal ( and navigate to [Family] at the top. Click on the student whose ID you need. Look for the value of “Local ID” on the [Details] side-tab page.

Device Asset Tag #

Your device’s asset tag # can be found on the physical device. Look for a WHITE label on the front case of your device and on your device’s charger that has your name and a barcode.

The # will look like “L1234”.

A secondary label with the same number can be found on the backside of the device.

If you didn’t pick up your 1:1 device during the summer you can remotely look up your asset tag #:

  • Log in to the helpdesk using your HPS student google account:
  • Once logged in you should see your 1:1 device on the right side under “Quick Tickets”. The Asset number will be listed there, the # will look like “L1234”.
    • You can also click on your name and go to [My Assets] in the case that you have multiple devices assigned to you, such as a mobile hotspot.

How Do I Sign Up?

1:1 Device Insurance enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year is available until September 15, 2020 available to students in Grades 8, 9, 10, 11 during the 2020-2021 School Year. (Graduation years 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025).

Grade 7 insurance will be available at a later date.

Do not send money or payments to the school district, we cannot collect payments for insurance.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact or the Jr. Sr. High School office.